Max Gros-Louis, Oné Onti, Huron-Wendat, 1931-
He was Grand Chief of the Huron-Wendat Nation from 1964 to 1984, and was re-elected in 1994. He is known for his contributions as the founder and director of organizations dedicated to the culture and rights of Amerindians. Between 1965 and 1976 he was a founding member, vice president and secretary-treasurer of the Association des Indiens du Québec; Secretary of the Indian Advisory Council and Director of the World Assembly of First Nations. In 1983 and 1987, he represented aboriginal Quebeckers at federal constitutional conferences on aboriginal law. An administrator of the Aboriginal Economic Development Program, a member of the Multiculturalism Council. Director, and Vice Chief of the Assembly of First Nations for, he has also represented the Abenaki and Huron-Wendat nations and sat on national committees of the Assembly of First Nations. A longer biography appears in Native Leaders of Canada.

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